EMS Week is the perfect time to raise awareness and educate your community about the importance of safety, and at the same time honor and thank your EMS team for all they do. Our educational handouts, premium apparel, recognition gifts, and exclusive awareness materials can help you make it a memorable EMS Week, as well as plan for a successful open house, classroom visit or community event.
Hours of fun! Kids will see the Dial 9-1-1 and EMS Workers Are Your Friends tips repeatedly as they play with it. Includes easy step-by-step instructions to assemble the ambulance. Sure to be a popular gift at every presentation. 100 Ambulances per pack.
* Make your open house events easy by filling these generously sized plastic carryalls with EMS learning tools and gifts * Great way to ensure giveaways get home * Features our exclusive design on front * 25 Bags per pack
* Make your open house events easy by filling these generously sized plastic carryalls with EMS learning tools and gifts * Great way to ensure giveaways get home * Features our exclusive design plus your logo or message in blue
Temporary tattoos with EMS themes are a fun giveaway at schools and open houses. Non-toxic and easy to wash off. 100 Tattoos per pack.
Temporary tattoos featuring our exclusive EMS theme make a fun giveaway for kids at schools and open houses. Non-toxic and easy to wash off. 100 Tattoos per pack.
Temporary tattoos with this exclusive EMS theme are a fun giveaway at schools and open houses. Non-toxic and easy to wash off. 100 Tattoos per pack.
Wallet-sized, fold-out 8-panel card has instructions for 14 medical emergencies, including: * Bleeding * Burns * Fainting * Fractures * Heart attack * Object in eye * Poisoning * Shock * Stroke * And more. Adheres to the American Heart Association guidelines for CPR and choking rescue. Great giveaway during National Safety Month or at health fairs year round, with space to write phone numbers and medical information. Personalization not available in quantities 25-249
Carry medical and personal information in pocket, wallet or purse. Includes: * Name and address * Emergency contact * Doctor's name * Hospital of choice * Medical insurance and conditions * Medication and dosage * Medicine allergies * Blood type * Organ donor * Location of documents. Personalization not available in quantities 25-249
Carry medical and personal information in pocket, wallet or purse. Includes: * Name and address * Emergency contact * Doctor's name * Hospital of choice * Medical insurance and conditions * Medication and dosage * Medicine allergies * Blood type * Organ donor * Location of documents * Spanish language version. Personalization not available in quantities 25-249
Complete illustrated instructions for CPR and the Heimlich maneuver reflect the guidelines of the American Heart Association. There is also room to add your personal emergency phone numbers. Printed on high-gloss board stock with back panel available for your message. Personalization not available in quantities 25-249
Magnet features important points about safety preparedness and when to call the 911 number. Placed on the fridge, it reminds families about ways to keep all family members safe at home, on the road, at play, and more. Your imprint reminds the community that you're there for them.
Help rescue workers quickly find important medical information when every second counts! The plastic holder has a built-in magnet so it can be placed on the refrigerator and seen at once. The tri-fold file has space to fill in medical condition, medication, insurance information, emergency contacts and more.
When there's an emergency, whom do you call? 9-1-1, of course. This popular book instructs children about when to call and what to say, whether at home or away. It advises children to call 9-1-1 if someone is badly injured, choking, drowning or poisoned or if there is a fire. Fun activities reinforce the messages. For grades 2-3. In both English and Spanish. Personalization not available in quantities 25-99
When there's an emergency, whom do you call? 9-1-1, of course. This popular book instructs children about when to call and what to say, whether at home or away. It advises children to call 9-1-1 if someone is badly injured, choking, drowning or poisoned, or if there is a fire. Fun activities reinforce the messages. Grades 2-3.
This 16-page book aims to help children understand what Emergency Medical Services (EMS) workers do. Readers will gain an appreciation for these valued public servants while also learning some basic rules for personal safety. Each page has a word search, a crossword, a maze, or another puzzle to keep readers engaged as they learn about EMS equipment and aid, as well as ways to "Stay Safe," including while in the car, on wheels, in the water, or walking about. For grades 4-6.
This 2-in-1 book helps protect children from danger and teaches them what to do if an emergency occurs. The eight pages of It's Cool To Be Safe provide children with simple safety rules to follow when riding in a car, crossing streets, swimming and more. The eight pages of What To Do In An Emergency explain to children what steps to take if they see or are involved in a dangerous situation, including when and how to call 9-1-1. 16 pages. For grades 1-3.
Reflective stickers alert firefighters to areas of the home where those especially vulnerable may not be able to escape quickly from a fire. Back of stickers instruct recipients as to proper placement and also list home fire safety program tips.
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Inspired by the Emergency Medical Service (EMS) Systems Act of 1973, which sought to give all individuals equal access to emergency medical services, the first EMS Week was established in 1974, when President Gerald Ford declared a week in November to be "National Emergency Medical Services Week". Reestablished by The American College of Emergency Physicians in 1982, EMS Week was moved to October, then ten years later shifted to May in order to separate it from Fire Prevention Week.
EMS workers show dedication to their communities through service, and are some of the first people to answer the call in times of distress. During EMS Week, honor them for their commitment and say thanks for providing care you can count on. From backpacks and bags to water bottles and tech chargers to t-shirts and lapel pins, our recognition gifts highlight the importance of EMS workers as well as the sacrifices they make to put others first and keep our communities safe.
EMS Week also offers a great opportunity to educate your community on emergency preparedness and the importance of safety. At open houses and EMS service presentations, provide essential tips adults need to keep their families safe with magnets, first aid kits, exclusive Pocket Pals and more vital emergency tools. Build community visibility further by adding your name to many of our educational products and incentives. It’s a lasting, impactful way to promote EMS services & the 9-1-1 system, boost responder morale and even recruit volunteers.
Prepare for open house success with kits featuring our best-selling items at special savings, and make an impact in school classrooms, libraries and community centers with special Value Kits organized by grade. You can help children understand and appreciate the life-saving role of EMS professionals and remind them to be safety smart with economical giveaways such as educational activities books, EMS helmets, bookmarks, stickers, pencils, tattoos and more. Whatever custom products you need, Positive Promotions is proud to help you raise safety awareness and praise your team for their dedicated service, during EMS Week and all year long.